Question about Breadman TR520 Bread Maker
The kneading blade on my Breadman TR520 almost never comes out with the loaf -- which means it tears the bottom of the loaf when I shake it out after baking. How can I get the blade to either come out with the loaf or stop tearing the bread? I've tried lubricating the blade with Pam so the bread won't stick to it, lubricating the shaft it's mounted on so the blade will shake out with the loaf -- nothing works. Shaking the loaf out right away or waiting 5, 10, 20, 30 minutes doesn't help either.
One thing that i do is i lube the shaft with cooking oil and that seems to work getting the paddle out but for nor not tearing the bread you have to remember that it is baked into it
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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